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All aboard: Dine the Line spotlights Vancouver restaurants accessible by transit

Find fantastic food without forking over funds for fuel
First launched in 2019, TransLink and West Coast Food's Dine the Line guides and maps to food and drink in Metro Vancouver via public transit have received a refresh for 2022.

For those looking to explore Metro Vancouver by way of its restaurants with no driving involved, TransLink has re-upped its popular Dine the Line guides and maps to help you find great food around the region using public transit. 

Created a few years back in partnership with B.C. tourism entity West Coast Food, Vancouver's transit agency has revitalized the delicious campaign after a pandemic pause.

Food fans can get on board with the guides by selecting a kind of experience or a specific route. For example, families in search of fantastic food without forking over funds for fuel can follow the Bring the Family guide, which runs from Downtown Vancouver to the heart of Richmond on roads and rails.

New for 2022, Dine the Line has not only expanded to include six guides and maps with a dining style or cuisine focus (bubble tea in Burnaby, anyone?) but is also featuring stops that will take you on the SkyTrain, buses, RapidBus, and the SeaBus.

You can also isolate a line or mode of transit and dine minutes from stops along the Expo, Millennium, and Canada lines. 

Every guide comes with a downloadable map, so just put on your eating pants, load up the Compass Card, and head out on a Metro Vancouver food adventure. 

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